Toronto's Junction Part Two

I finally got a chance to shoot a roll of Eastman Kodak Double X 200 Daylight motion picture stock at the end of May. If you're wondering what this film was used for, remember opening sequence of the James Bond Film Casino Royale, and Schindler's List back in the 1990s, both were shot on Double X. It has grain but pleasing grain to my eye, and I want to get some in a bulk roll for bright sunny days in the city. Processing is easy, HC110 Dilution B for five minutes, in fact I processed it with a roll of RPX 400 in the tank as well.

Camera: Nikon F3HP, Nikkor Ai 50 f1.4 and Ais 28 f2.8 lens.
Film: Eastman Kodak Double X 200, HC110 B.

Walking Past Side Street Retailers_

Bottle Shop

Locked Up Bike

Dundas and Keele Looking East

The other Side of the Keele Dundas Intersection

North Side of Dundas in the Junction

Door 2720

Westown Chinese Food
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